That all changes as of today as AMD and its partners are topping the success of the HD 5000 Series with the brand new HD 6000 Series. The 6850 and 6870 models are already being shipped all over the world, offering everyone new and improved performance, thanks to the new Bart GPU. Spec-wise the model we will be taking a look at (6850) has a core clock of 775MHz coupled with GDDR5 memory running at 1000MHz. The bigger brother 6870 has a core clock of 900MHz and memory speed defaulted at 1050MHz.
The GPU is based on a 40nm processing procedure that according to AMD and Sapphire promised to deliver more performance at lower power consumption. The Radeon HD 6850 offers 960 stream processors and 48 texture processing units.
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"The ECO A.L.C. is a self-contained CPU water cooler that requires no maintenance and is just as easy to install as any enthusiast air cooler out today. Due to it being a sealed system the ECO A.L.C. has none of the normal worries and maintenance issues that come with custom water cooling loops. This makes it nice for those users that want a water cooler but do not want to have the yearly maintenance that comes with custom water cooling loops. Let's take a quick look at the specifications, then on to looking the ECO A.L.C over and seeing how it performs against some of the top air coolers such as the Zalman CNPS10X Performa, Thermalright Venomous X, and the mighty Noctua NH-D14..."
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